Watched it last night, thought it felt a bit long but I was pretty tired when I started watching. Absolutely stellar cast, even in the bit parts, and it looked great. I really got the feeling of the 70s without it being a poor imitation or recreation. I’d say the most important factor of the story (the Pentagon papers and Daniel Ellsberg’s decision to blow the whistle) wasn’t explored enough but that’s not exactly the focus of this film. Still, a bit more emphasis on the ramifications would’ve been appropriate to explain WHY the decision to publish or not (the subject of the film) was worth telling. There were a few Spielberg signatures apparent, most notably a camera angle from below that looks up at the actors in a manufactured dramatic moment that would be more at home in ‘Stranger Things’ vs an adult drama. Overall I enjoyed it but I think it could’ve been better in the hands of a director less prone to such trope.